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[V Report] Twice attempts stealth livestream

  • Published : Jul 25, 2019 - 11:27
  • Updated : Jul 25, 2019 - 12:05

Broadcast date: July 24-25
Starring: Twice, NCT, Stray Kids, ITZY

Momo and Jeongyeon of Twice took to V Live without telling their parent company, from their hotel room after a concert in Chicago.

(Naver's V Live)

They let fans know they were being mischievous and had not told anyone in advance. “(The company staff) may start recording when they find out,” said Jeongyeon.

“I was dancing while wiping off my makeup and Jeongyeon came up to me and asked if we wanted to turn on the V Live app,” said Momo.

“I was having a party of my own,” she added, surprising her bandmate.

“Don’t you?” asked Momo, to which Jeongyeon answered: “No. Aren’t you supposed to collapse onto your bed as soon as you return to your room?”

Momo began munching on a pack of Korean dried seaweed she had brought along with her.

“The city is so pretty and clean,” the pair said, telling fans they had been to the nearby lake shore and enjoyed a delicious meal during their visit.

They were interrupted by a knock on the door. Jeongyeon opened the door to see Nayeon in a bathrobe with a sheet mask on her face.

“We are doing V Live,” said Jeongyeon to her screeching bandmate.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/141208.

NCT’s Doyoung shows support for NCT Dream

Doyoung of NCT livestreamed to keep up with fans and root for the upcoming return of NCT Dream.

(Naver's V Live)

“I already have nothing to say,” he laughed, beginning the segment.

Doyoung asked fans to stay tuned in for NCT Dream’s upcoming EP, set to be released two days later, and support his bandmates’ subunit NCT Dream. “I don’t have any details that can give you clues, but at least I will use NCT Dream’s most recent single ‘Fireflies’ as background music,” he said.

The performer admitted he could hear NCT Dream’s new songs in advance if he really wanted, but said, “This time I didn’t but I picked up bits and pieces from the officially released materials, just like you, and I really liked them.”

He also chatted with fans about the ongoing mock online auditions among different versions of him asking which was currently in the lead.

“Me in ‘Baby Don’t Like It’?” laughed the idol, as he continued to go through other candidates.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/141335.

Stray Kids recall US debut showcase

Stray Kids looked back on the United States leg of their first international showcase tour in a short video clip.

(Naver's V Live)

In May, the boy band performed in Newark, Los Angeles and Houston to sold-out crowds, even after adding a second show in Newark, New Jersey, nearby New York City.

The nine-piece act appeared on “Good Day New York” to promote its “Cle 1: Miroh” EP, which landed at No. 3 on Billboard’s World Albums chart.

The group is now back on the road, this time headed for Europe with a richer repertoire from the recently released “Cle 2: Yellow Wood.” Stray Kids will meet fans in London, Paris, Berlin and Moscow from next week.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/141345.

ITZY floats video teaser for “ICY”

ITZY unveiled a teaser music video for “ICY,” the title track from its first EP, “IT’z ICY,” set to be released Monday.

(Naver's V Live)

In the short clip, workers in an office where ITZY’s former hit “Dalla Dalla” plays are drawn to the window to upbeat music blaring from outside, where they see the five bandmates clad in colorful midriff-baring tops and showing off their dancing chops.

Leader Yeji starts off the rhythmical choreography as the rest join one by one with cheery sounds.

The lively song, co-written by producer Park Jinyoung, perfectly targets summer, and the full music video will become available immediately Monday.

The full contents of the EP, a first for the band that debuted with a digital single in February, will be disclosed later that day.

Watch the video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/141352.

Naver’s real-time broadcasting app V allows fans to interact with their favorite K-pop stars through live broadcasts. The app is available for Android and iOS. For more information, visit http://www.vlive.tv.

By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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